As the lead Designer at Woolgar Hunter, I was in charge of the Interior Design of their new offices. All the creations you can see displayed below are mine. You can see the photographs in high definitions here. [...]
ModelHub was a professional network tailored for the fashion and modelling industry. Through ModelHub, professionals could Showcase, connect, cast or create lasting connections. The project started in Los Angeles, with support from international model Erika Stasiuleviciute. Initially, Model Hub was real estate and retail project, designed to provide premium accommodation, work-place environment and retail [...]
In 2016, I was invite to create a series of posters for the 'Geek-Art' expo, in Glasgow. Megabytes, a coffee shop themed around the cultures of fictional and interactive universes exposed a dozen of Artists on their walls for several weeks. For this occasion, I created this poster for the acclaimed game No Man [...]
As the lead Designer at Woolgar Hunter, I was in charge of designing their new website & private encrypted cloud. The latter is impossible to showcase, but you will find below the link to the main site. I created the user interface and user experience with help and back-end development from Glasgow-based studio Spectre [...]
Commissioner Gordon is a Glaswegian Dj & Electro music Producer. In 2013 he asked me to create a new brand identity for him. 2 directions were required. One was to try to create a 3D logo inpired by the 70s pop culture and another idea was to have a more modern branding illustrating music [...]
Dieter Rams is one of my favourite designers of all time. I believe his influence over product and graphic design to be one of the greatest of the 20th century. As a simple example his T3 pocket, portable radio design was the main influence behind the iconic 2001 iPod by Apple. This poster triptyque [...]
This photo-realistic vector poster, celebratory of Nintendo's iconic portable console 25th anniversary was designed for the Geek Art expo, exhibited in Glasgow in 2014. The screen contains references to 6 Gameboy's iconic titles which popularised legendary franchises such as The Legend of Zelda, Metroid or Donkey Kong.